If at one point, The Times magazine portrayed Anwar Ibrahim as Malaysia’s chameleon, they are most welcome to write another article especially about Dr Mahathir where Malaysians would not mind if they would call it Malaysia’s serpent. The serpent is portrayed in most scriptures since the past as a deceptive creature or trickster, who promotes as good what God had forbidden and shows particular cunning in its deception.

If we are to follow closely with Dr Mahathir’s political stand since being hostile to UMNO and Barisan Nasional, many of his supporters refused to believe him who often make contradictory statements. Today, in his latest article he himself has admitted to Malaysians, he is portraying as a serpent who is not only fond of deceiving for his political survival up to the reins of government for the past 30 years, yet he intends to continue his lying strategy.

Malaysians should ask themselves, can we trust such person to be our leader?

Between a chameleon and a serpent, both are deceptive creatures but chameleons are not venomous species, unlike serpents. The old scriptures would associate serpents to Satan the Adversary, who is the devil. Anwar may change his nature to different colours to suit himself into different crowds and Dr Mahathir surfaces his true colours just to purify DAP to the Malays.

Perhaps Kit Siang and DAP are relieved by Dr Mahathir’s recognition but it will be for just a moment. As we read the comments from his readers, Dr Mahathir has deliberately missed the utmost point that the Malays are Muslims hence Islam is constitutionally the country’s official religion and DAP never acknowledged them.

It was Dr Mahathir who declared in Parliament that Malaysia is an Islamic state whereas DAP always considered Malaysia as a secular state, is it that Dr Mahathir is still in his stand or is it one of the hundreds of his lies?

Malaysians should ask themselves, can we trust such person to be our leader?

Yes, PAS used to collaborate with DAP twice and eventually they split when Islam is concerned. The similarity that DAP and PAS have, they are both extreme in their political ideologies. DAP wishes their Malaysian Malaysia to be accepted so that the rights and privileges of the Malays and Bumiputeras are abolished while PAS in the days of the late Nik Aziz, any Muslims will be denounced as ‘kafir’ or a non-Muslim if they are not with their party.

Unlike UMNO and MCA including other component parties in Barisan Nasional, they prefer the moderate approach and that is the very reason why UMNO and MCA remained loyal to each other since Perikatan inception and today in Barisan Nasional. Their conscience is clear that as the Malays comprise of the majority, there shall be no question if Islam is the main religion while other religions and cultures are fairly allowed and practised.

Unless and until Dr Mahathir managed to put an end to DAP’s “Malaysian Malaysia”, all his claims that DAP is not anti-Islam and anti-Malay, remains a lie. Even so, we must be very watchful that Dr Mahathir and Kit Siang would not hesitate to compromise as these two would do anything that a serpent would do.

Hence, will it not be more interesting if The Times would consider writing an exclusive article on Malaysia’s serpent?

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